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The Doctrine2 ORM integration offers several console commands under the
doctrine namespace. To view the command list you can use the
$ php app/console list doctrine
A list of available commands will print out. You can find out more information
about any of these commands (or any Symfony command) by running the
command. For example, to get details about the
$ php app/console help doctrine:database:create
Some notable or interesting commands include:
doctrine:ensure-production-settings- checks to see if the current environment is configured efficiently for production. This should always be run in the
$ php app/console doctrine:ensure-production-settings --env=prod
doctrine:mapping:import- allows Doctrine to introspect an existing database and create mapping information. For more information, see How to Generate Entities from an Existing Database.
doctrine:mapping:info- tells you all of the entities that Doctrine is aware of and whether or not there are any basic errors with the mapping.
doctrine:query:sql- allow you to execute DQL or SQL queries directly from the command line.
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